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  • This template can be used as a starter file for presenting training materials in a group setting.SectionsSections can help to organize your slides or facilitate collaboration between multiple authors. On the Home tab under Slides, click Section, and then click Add Section.NotesUse the Notes pane for delivery notes or to provide additional details for the audience. You can see these notes in Presenter View during your presentation. Keep in mind the font size (important for accessibility, visibility, videotaping, and online production)Coordinated colors Pay particular attention to the graphs, charts, and text boxes.Consider that attendees will print in black and white or grayscale. Run a test print to make sure your colors work when printed in pure black and white and grayscale.Graphics, tables, and graphsKeep it simple: If possible, use consistent, non-distracting styles and colors.Label all graphs and tables.
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  • What will the audience be able to do after this training is complete?Briefly describe each objective and how the audience will benefit from this presentation.
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  • 1. KURZWEIL 3000
  • 2. A PRESENTATION BY G. HARTT, S.HEINISCH, D. SARDELLA, K. BOYCEMONDAY MAY 28, 2012
  • 3. Kurzweil is a literacy learning tool for ALL students.
  • 4. Kurzweil provides the support needed to:
  • 5. Kurzweil provides the support needed to:• keep up with assigned reading
  • 6. Kurzweil provides the support needed to:• keep up with assigned reading• practice critical study skills
  • 7. Kurzweil provides the support needed to:• keep up with assigned reading• practice critical study skills• successfully complete writing projects
  • 8. Kurzweil provides the support needed to:• keep up with assigned reading• practice critical study skills• successfully complete writing projects• provide test-taking support
  • 9. Who uses this technology?
  • 10. Who uses this technology? Students with a learning disability
  • 11. Who uses this technology? Students with a Students with weak learning disability reading skills
  • 12. Who uses this technology? Students with a Students with weak learning disability reading skills Second language learners
  • 13. Who uses this technology? Students with a Students with weak learning disability reading skills Second language Students with low learners vision
  • 14. Who uses this technology? Students with a Students with weak learning disability reading skills Second language Students with low learners vision Students with physical disabilities
  • 15. How is it used in schools? 1 • Provides scaffolding opportunities for struggling students 2 • Access to texts including printed material, electronic files, or internet sites 3 • Visual highlighting helps students track text as it is read aloud
  • 16. Using Kurzweil 3000students can:
  • 17. Using Kurzweil 3000students can: Change text size or colour for greater visibility
  • 18. Using Kurzweil 3000students can: Change text size or colour for greater visibility Enlarge the entire text or specific words
  • 19. Using Kurzweil 3000students can: Change text size or colour for greater visibility Enlarge the entire text or specific words Choose the amount of text to be read aloud
  • 20. Using Kurzweil 3000students can: Change text size or colour for greater visibility Enlarge the entire text or specific words Choose the amount of text to be read aloud Change the reading speed or voice
  • 21. Using Kurzweil 3000students can: Change text size or colour for greater visibility Enlarge the entire text or specific words Choose the amount of text to be read aloud Change the reading speed or voice Turn voice function off to read silently
  • 22. Using Kurzweil 3000students can: Change text size or colour for greater visibility Enlarge the entire text or specific words Choose the amount of text to be read aloud Change the reading speed or voice Turn voice function off to read silently Access audible reference tools
  • 23. Using Kurzweil 3000students can: Change text size or colour for greater visibility Enlarge the entire text or specific words Choose the amount of text to be read aloud Change the reading speed or voice Turn voice function off to read silently Access audible reference tools Use pictorial dictionaries
  • 24. Using Kurzweil 3000students can: Change text size or colour for greater visibility Enlarge the entire text or specific words Choose the amount of text to be read aloud Change the reading speed or voice Turn voice function off to read silently Access audible reference tools Use pictorial dictionaries Create audio files to transfer to portable audio players
  • 25. Using Kurzweil 3000teachers can:
  • 26. Using Kurzweil 3000teachers can: Use sticky, text or voice notes to personalize instruction
  • 27. Using Kurzweil 3000teachers can: Use sticky, text or voice notes to personalize instruction Use bubble notes to teach specific skills and guide students thinking
  • 28. Using Kurzweil 3000teachers can: Use sticky, text or voice notes to personalize instruction Use bubble notes to teach specific skills and guide students thinking Insert pre-, post-, and during-reading questions
  • 29. Using Kurzweil 3000teachers can: Use sticky, text or voice notes to personalize instruction Use bubble notes to teach specific skills and guide students thinking Insert pre-, post-, and during-reading questions Provide students with a digital format for tests to allow independent access
  • 30. Using Kurzweil 3000teachers can: Use sticky, text or voice notes to personalize instruction Use bubble notes to teach specific skills and guide students thinking Insert pre-, post-, and during-reading questions Provide students with a digital format for tests to allow independent access Enable or disable program features depending on student needs
  • 31. Who’s Who Lead Contact information Jim Jim@company.com Dee Dee@gcompany.com Mavis Mavis@company.com Doug Doug@company.com
  • 32. New Work Working Toward Mastery Achieve MasteryProjects Worked On Get Experienced Get Familiar Time Spent
  • 33. Doing Your Best Work • Working from home • Working offsite • Technology requirements
  • 34. Case Study• Jeremy – His first day – Mistakes made – Successes achieved – The moral of the story
  • 35. Discussion• What we can learn from Jeremy• Best practices• Take-aways
  • 36. Summary• Define your challenges – Technological as well as personal• Set realistic expectation – Mastery is not achieved overnight• Keep your eye on the goal – Mentorship programs
  • 37. Resources• <Intranet site text here> <hyperlink here>• <Additional reading material text here> <hyperlink here>• This slide deck and related resources: <hyperlink here>
  • 38. QUESTIONS?
  • 39. APPENDIX